Japanese Woodblock Day
|Location||Leicester Print Workshop|
|Date & Time||Sunday 14th October
10.00am - 4.00pm.
Japanese woodblock, or mokuhanga, is a relief printmaking technique that has a variety of beautiful effects, ranging from delicate washes of transparency, to bold vibrant colours.
About the Tutor
Sumiko Eadon is a Japanese artist based in the East Midlands. She started printmaking in the early 2000s, inspired by the English artist Gwen Raverat’s wood engravings.
She began Japanese woodcut printing and wood engraving, and then gained an extensive experience of various printmaking techniques in the UK, joining LPW in 2013 after completing a degree in Fine Art at Loughborough University.
Sumiko's work has been exhibited in the East Midlands and beyond. She has also worked as an artist in residence at LPW.
- Preparing artwork transferring image
- Induction to tools
- Printing demonstration and hands on practice
Early Bird: Bookings made within one month of the Course Programme going live are eligible for a 5% discount for this course.
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Pre-course information: We will send you details of how to find us and what to bring with you when we process your booking.
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